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How the James Webb telescope is changing our understanding of the cosmos | DW News


It's been a year since the Webb Space Telescope was launched, and the detailed images it has delivered have been breathtaking. Although the telescope was 14 years behind schedule and vastly over-budget, it has proved itself to be well worth the wait. #nasa #jameswebbspacetelescope #universe Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍

James Webb Space Telescope Launch and Deployment


Northrop Grumman is proud to lead the industry team building NASA's James Webb Space Telescope. This revolutionary observatory is the largest telescope built for space and the most powerful infrared telescope ever made. It is the scientific successor to the Hubble Space Telescope. The Webb telescope will travel 1 million miles from earth and look back over 13.5 billion years, providing images of the first galaxies formed and observing unexplored planets around distant stars. The breakthrough technology developed for the Webb Telescope will expand our understanding of the universe, rewrite textbooks and inspire a future generation of engineers and scientists. This animation captures Webb’s journey into orbit, 1 million miles away from earth, depicting the sequence of events surrounding the launch and deployment of this game changing observatory. The travel time, distance and transformation of the telescope as it deploys are included in this sequence. Learn more at: 🤍 #NorthropGrumman #AutonomousSystems

The Insane Engineering of James Webb Telescope


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James Webb Space Telescope Deployment Sequence (Nominal)


Engineers on the ground will remotely orchestrate a complex sequence of deployments in the hours and days immediately after the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope. This animation shows the nominal sequence for these deployments. Music Credit: Universal Production Music "Connecting Ideas Instrumental" Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Michael McClare (KBRwyle): Lead Producer Aaron E. Lepsch (ADNET): Technical Support Adriana Manrique Gutierrez (KBRwyle): Lead Animator Download video: 🤍 View more deployment animation clips: 🤍

Animation: The James Webb Space Telescope's Orbit


James Webb Space Telescope orbit as seen from above the Sun's north pole and as seen from Earth's perspective. The James Webb Space Telescope will not be in orbit around the Earth, like the Hubble Space Telescope is - it will actually orbit the Sun, 1.5 million kilometers (1 million miles) away from the Earth at what is called the second Lagrange point or L2. What is special about this orbit is that it lets the telescope stay in line with the Earth as it moves around the Sun. This allows the satellite's large sunshield to protect the telescope from the light and heat of the Sun and Earth (and Moon). This animation has no sound and is not to scale. Learn more about our orbit: 🤍 Credits Michael McClare (KBRwyle): Lead Producer Aaron E. Lepsch (ADNET): Technical Support Josh Masters (Freelance): Lead Animator Please give credit for this item to: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Download this video: 🤍

Highlights: First Images from the James Webb Space Telescope (Official NASA Video)


NASA revealed the first five full-color images and spectrographic data from the world's most powerful space telescope, the James Webb Space Telescope, a partnership with ESA (European Space Agency), and CSA (Canadian Space Agency). The world got its first look at the full capabilities of the mission at a live event streamed from the agency's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, on July 12, 2022. The event showcased these targets: - Carina Nebula: A landscape speckled with glittering stars and cosmic cliffs - Stephan’s Quintet: An enormous mosaic with a visual grouping of five galaxies - Southern Ring Nebula: A nebula with rings of gas and dust for thousands of years in all directions - WASP 96-b: A distinct signature of water in the atmosphere of an exoplanet orbiting a distant Sun-like star - SMACS 0723: The deepest and sharpest infrared image of the distant universe to date The full set of the telescope’s first full-color images and spectroscopic data are available at: 🤍 Full-resolution images can be downloaded at: 🤍 Credit: NASA Download Avail Link: 🤍 Production Credit: Producer/Editor: Amy Leniarthtt

NASA's James Webb Space Telescope – Official Mission Trailer


We don’t yet know what the James Webb Space Telescope will uncover. Will we get answers? Will we have more questions? One thing’s certain: The story of us is a never-ending quest for knowledge. As Carl Sagan said: “We can’t help it.” #UnfoldTheUniverse 🤍 Produced by Lindeman & Associates Voice of Carl Sagan courtesy of Druyan-Sagan Associates, Inc., used with permission Imagery courtesy of NASA and ESA, with Druyan-Sagan Associates, Inc., used with permission

Looking back in time with the James Webb Space Telescope


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Nasa’s James Webb telescope takes super sharp view of early universe - BBC News


The first full-colour image taken by the most powerful telescope to be launched into space has been revealed, showing a field of many thousands of galaxies in stunning detail. The picture, taken by the new James Webb Space Telescope, was unveiled by US President Joe Biden at a White House presentation. It shows what is believed to be the deepest and most detailed view of the universe yet. Please subscribe HERE 🤍 #Space #Universe #BBCNews

James Webb Space Telescope: How will it work? - BBC News


The BBC’s science editor Rebecca Morelle on how the observatory hopes to capture the history of our Universe. The $10bn James Webb telescope has left Earth on its mission to show the first stars to light up the Universe. The observatory was lifted skyward by an Ariane rocket from the Kourou spaceport in French Guiana. Its flight to orbit lasted just under half an hour, with a signal confirming a successful outcome picked up by a ground antenna at Malindi in Kenya. Webb, named after one of the architects of the Apollo Moon landings, is the successor to the Hubble telescope. Engineers working with the US, European and Canadian space agencies have built the new observatory to be 100 times more powerful, however. Please subscribe HERE 🤍 #BBCNews

Why the James Webb Space Telescope looks like that


A NASA astrophysicist explains humanity’s big new toy Subscribe and turn on notifications 🔔 so you don't miss any videos: 🤍 After 25 years and nearly $10 billion, the James Webb Space Telescope has finally left planet Earth. Billed as a successor to the beloved Hubble Space Telescope, the Webb’s mirror is six times larger and its instruments are tuned to observe longer wavelengths, in order to detect the stretched-out light from primitive galaxies 13.5 billion light years away. That primary mission — to see the first stars and galaxies that formed after the Big Bang — determined the unusual and challenging design of the telescope. Instead of a shiny tube, the Webb Telescope looks like a giant honeycomb riding on a silver surfboard. The short answer to why it looks like that is: It needs to be very big and very cold. In the video above, NASA astrophysicist Amber Straughn and Vox's Joss Fong build a small model of the telescope to explore its extraordinary design. Paper model: 🤍 Unexplainable podcast episodes: 🤍 🤍 Make sure you never miss behind-the-scenes content in the Vox Video newsletter. Sign up here: 🤍 Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out 🤍 Support Vox's reporting with a one-time or recurring contribution: 🤍 Shop the Vox merch store: vox.com/store Watch our full video catalog: 🤍 Follow Vox on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Vox on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Vox on TikTok: 🤍

James Webb Space Telescope Launch — Official NASA Broadcast


Watch the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope—the most powerful space telescope ever made. This mission launched at 7:20 a.m. EST (12:20 UTC), Dec. 25, 2021, aboard an Ariane 5 rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana. Follow the telescope's status at: 🤍 With revolutionary technology, Webb will observe a part of space and time never seen before, providing a wealth of amazing views into an era when the very first stars and galaxies formed––over 13.5 billion years ago. It can explore our own solar system’s residents with exquisite new detail and study the atmospheres of distant worlds. From new forming stars to devouring black holes, Webb will reveal all this and more! It’s the world’s largest and most powerful space telescope ever built. Webb is an international collaboration between NASA, ESA (European Space Agency), and CSA (Canadian Space Agency). Thousands of engineers and hundreds of scientists worked to make Webb a reality, along with over 300 universities, organizations, and companies from 29 U.S. states and 14 countries! Ready to #UnfoldTheUniverse? The greatest origin story of all unfurls soon. Learn more at 🤍

James Webb Telescope Reveals New Images Of Southern Ring Nebula


NASA’s James Webb telescope captured some remarkable images of the Southern Ring Nebula, which is almost 2,000 lightyears away, and is giving scientists a better look at our solar system than ever before. Former astronaut Mike Massimino explains what NASA can learn from these new astonishing images.  » Subscribe to MSNBC: 🤍 Follow MSNBC Show Blogs MaddowBlog: 🤍 ReidOut Blog: 🤍 MSNBC delivers breaking news, in-depth analysis of politics headlines, as well as commentary and informed perspectives. Find video clips and segments from The Rachel Maddow Show, Morning Joe, The Beat with Ari Melber, Deadline: White House, The ReidOut, All In, Last Word, 11th Hour, and Alex Wagner who brings her breadth of reporting experience to MSNBC primetime. Watch “Alex Wagner Tonight” Tuesday through Friday at 9pm Eastern. Connect with MSNBC Online Visit msnbc.com: 🤍 Subscribe to the MSNBC Daily Newsletter: MSNBC.com/NewslettersYouTube Find MSNBC on Facebook: 🤍 Follow MSNBC on Twitter: 🤍 Follow MSNBC on Instagram: 🤍 #NASA #JamesWebb #Astronomy

Seeing The Universe Like We've Never Seen It Before


Now that the James Webb Space Telescope has released its first images, it’s time for the science programs to begin. We meet 5 scientists who will be using the telescope during its first cycle of operations looking at the earliest galaxies, red giant stars in the disc of Andromeda, star forming regions in the MIlky Way and nearby galaxies, the Trappist-1 exoplanet system, and mysterious icy bodies beyond the orbit of Neptune. #JamesWebb #NASA #Space Like this video? Subscribe: 🤍 Become a Quicktake Member for exclusive perks: 🤍 Subscribe to Quicktake Explained: 🤍 QuickTake Originals is Bloomberg's official premium video channel. We bring you insights and analysis from business, science, and technology experts who are shaping our future. We’re home to Hello World, Giant Leap, Storylines, and the series powering CityLab, Bloomberg Businessweek, Bloomberg Green, and much more. Subscribe for business news, but not as you've known it: exclusive interviews, fascinating profiles, data-driven analysis, and the latest in tech innovation from around the world. Visit our partner channel QuickTake News for breaking global news and insight in an instant. 0:00 - A Giant Leap for Science 1:59 - First full color, science quality images of JWST 8:11 - COSMOS-Web: mapping the earliest structures of the Universe 14:11 - Unearthing the fossilised Andromeda Galaxy 21:49 - Star formation in the Milky Way, Large Magellanic Cloud and Small Magellanic Cloud 26:56 - Trappist-1: checking atmosphere of exoplanet system with multiple earth-like planets in the habitable zone 31:27 - TransNeptunian objects: discovering the composition of icy bodies beyond Neptune

James Webb Space Telescope reveals "Pillars of Creation" in stunning new detail #shorts


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First Images From the James Webb Space Telescope (Official NASA Broadcast)


It’s time to #UnfoldTheUniverse. Watch as the mission team reveals the long-awaited first images from the James Webb Space Telescope. Webb, an international collaboration led by NASA with our partners the European Space Agency and the Canadian Space Agency, is the biggest telescope ever launched into space. It will unlock mysteries in our solar system, look beyond to distant worlds around other stars, and probe the mysterious structures and origins of our universe and our place in it. All about Webb: 🤍

‘Incredible’ Jupiter views revealed by James Webb Space Telescope – BBC News


The world’s largest and most powerful space telescope has revealed unprecedented views of Jupiter. The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) took the pictures of the Solar System's biggest planet in July. The images show auroras, giant storms, moons and rings surrounding Jupiter in detail that astronomers have described as "incredible". Viewed as the successor to the famous Hubble telescope, the JWST is expected to be a dominant force for discovery in the next 20 years. Please subscribe HERE 🤍 #Jupiter #Space #BBCNews

James Webb : que révèlent les images du télescope ?


Le plus puissant télescope spatial jamais construit a livré ses premières images. Grâce à ses performances inédites, James Webb montre cinq régions du ciel sous un œil nouveau. David Larousserie, journaliste sciences au « Monde », explique ce que ces clichés dévoilent. Outre leur beauté, les clichés soulignent les performances inédites de JWST, comparé à celles de ses prédécesseurs, Hubble et Spitzer. Le télescope, construit par la NASA, l’Agence spatiale européenne (ESA) et leur homologue canadien (ASC), est le fruit d’une aventure longue de trois décennies. Le télescope est aussi capable de décomposer la lumière en différentes longueurs d’onde. En plus d’explorer les étoiles, les spectres produits par JWST permettent d’étudier les éléments chimiques qui ont émis ou filtré ces rayons. 🪐 Retrouvez nos autres vidéos sur l'espace ici : 🤍 ⭐ Pour voir ou revoir notre série documentaire "Chercheuses d'étoiles" sur les grandes découvertes astronomiques faites par des femme, c'est ici : 🤍 ✅ Abonnez-vous à la chaîne YouTube du Monde (et activez la cloche pour les notifications !) 👉 🤍

Espace : la première année triomphante du télescope James-Webb • FRANCE 24


Il a décollé le 25 décembre 2021 et depuis la publication de ses premières photos, le télescope spatial James-Webb ne cesse d’émerveiller le grand public et d'impressionner les scientifiques. Ses photos de nébuleuses et d’amas de galaxies font le tour du monde, Ses données et ses spectrographes sont analysés par les experts qui tentent de percer les mystères de l'univers. Et derrière ce bijou révolutionnaire de technologie se cache aussi un formidable outil politique, notamment pour la Nasa. #jameswebbspacetelescope #espace #nasa En savoir plus avec notre article : 🤍 🔔 Abonnez-vous à notre chaîne sur YouTube : 🤍 🔴 En DIRECT - Suivez FRANCE 24 ici : 🤍 🌍 Retrouvez toute l’actualité internationale sur notre site : 🤍 Rejoignez-nous sur Facebook : 🤍 Suivez-nous sur Twitter : 🤍 Découvrez l’actu en images sur Instagram: 🤍

Tour the Webb Telescope’s Pillars of Creation


This video tours areas of Webb’s near-infrared light view of the Pillars of Creation. This area is brimming with gas and dust – which are essential ingredients for star formation. Glowing, bright red wavy lines appear at the edges of some pillars, revealing where stars are ejecting material as they form. The bright red orbs are newly formed stars that have burst into view. Distant galaxies typically make appearances in Webb’s images, but not this one. A translucent layer of gas and dust is drawn like a curtain, allowing the stars to take centerstage. Webb’s near-infrared image will help researchers update their models of star formation. Over time, we’ll learn how stars form and burst out of these dusty clouds over millions of years. Read more about Webb's near-infrared image of the Pillars of Creation: 🤍 Credits: Video: Danielle Kirshenblat (STScI) Music: Soundstripe Productions Science: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI Image Processing: Joseph DePasquale (STScI), Anton M. Koekemoer (STScI), Alyssa Pagan (STScI)

Photons Received: Webb Sees Its First Star – 18 Times


The James Webb Space Telescope is nearing completion of the first phase of the months-long process of aligning the observatory’s primary mirror using the Near Infrared Camera (NIRCam) instrument. The team's challenge was twofold: confirm that NIRCam was ready to collect light from celestial objects, and then identify starlight from the same star in each of the 18 primary mirror segments. The result is an image mosaic of 18 randomly organized dots of starlight, the product of Webb's unaligned mirror segments all reflecting light from the same star back at Webb's secondary mirror and into NIRCam's detectors. What looks like a simple image of blurry starlight now becomes the foundation to align and focus the telescope in order for Webb to deliver unprecedented views of the universe this summer. Over the next month or so, the team will gradually adjust the mirror segments until the 18 images become a single star. Music credit: Universal Production Music -Transitions Instrumental by Cotton Niblett Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Michael McClare (KBRwyle): Lead Producer Adriana Manrique Gutierrez (KBRwyle): Lead Animator Jonathan North (KBRwyle): Animator Michael McClare (KBRwyle): Lead Writer Michael McClare (KBRwyle): Lead Videographer Michael McClare (KBRwyle): Lead Editor Michael McClare (KBRwyle): Lead Motion Graphics Download this video: 🤍

WATCH LIVE: Stunning new images from James Webb Space Telescope offer fuller picture of our universe


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Le télescope James Webb ou l'après Hubble | L'Europe dans l'espace | ARTE


Le nouveau télescope spatial, James Webb, a été lancé avec succès le 25 décembre 2021 depuis le centre spatial de Kourou. Avec son miroir de 6,5 m de diamètre, JWST est le plus grand télescope spatial jamais élaboré pour une mission scientifique. 100 fois plus sensible que son frère aîné Hubble, il promet des avancées notables dans la physique des galaxies et l'étude des exoplanètes. Disponible jusqu'au 17/12/2024 #Télescope #JamesWebb #ARTE Abonnez-vous à la chaîne ARTE 🤍 Suivez-nous sur les réseaux ! Facebook : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍

Things We’ve Never Seen: The James Webb Space Telescope Explores the Cosmos


#BrianGreene #NASA #JWST #UnfoldTheUniverse The powerful James Webb Space Telescopethe successor to the Hubble Space Telescopepromises insight into profound questions that have dogged philosophers and astronomers for millennia. What is the origin of the universe? How are stars and planets created? Is there life elsewhere in the universe? Brian Greene brings together four scientists who will use the Webb to investigate these very questions: John C. Mather, NASA’s lead scientist on the project and a Nobel Laureate; Natalie Batalha, NASA’s lead scientist on the Kepler Mission, which discovered the first rocky planets outside our solar system; Adam Riess, who earned a Nobel Prize for his revelations about the expansion rate of the universe; and Ewine van Dishoeck, a Kavli Laureate for her pioneering work in the field of astrochemistry. This program is part of the Big Ideas series, supported by the John Templeton Foundation. Participants: - John C. Mather - Natalie Batalha - Adam Riess - Ewine van Dishoeck Moderator: Brian Greene SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS on this program through a short survey: 🤍 WSF Landing Page Link: 🤍 - SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel and "ring the bell" for all the latest videos from WSF - VISIT our Website: 🤍 - LIKE us on Facebook: 🤍 - FOLLOW us on Twitter: 🤍

The Science Goals of the James Webb Space Telescope


"...one of the wonderful challenges about astronomy is that we have to imagine something so we can go look for it. But nature has a way of being even more creative than we are; so we have always been surprised by what we see in the sky. That’s why building a telescope has always been interesting. Every time we build a better one, we see something we never imagined was out there." - Dr. John Mather Learn more about the science goals of the James Webb Space Telescope with Dr. Amber Straughn and Dr. John Mather. Download video: 🤍 Lead Producers: Sophia Roberts Michael McClare

What will the James Webb Space Telescope do?


NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is about to begin its million-mile journey. Here's what to expect from the largest, most technologically advanced, and most expensive space telescope ever created. PRODUCTION CREDITS: Digital Producer: Ana Aceves Interviews Produced and Directed by: Terri Randall Camera: Richard Chisolm Sound: Dwayne Dell Production Assistance: Jedd Ehrmann, Christina Monnen, Emily Zendt Archival: Advanced Visualization Laboratory at the National Center for Supercomputing NASA/JPL-Caltech NASA NASA, CXC, K. Kuntz (JHU) NASA, ESA, K. Kuntz (JHU) NASA Goddard Space Flight Center NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Lab NCSA/NASA/A. Boley (Univ. of Florida) NCSA/NASA/A. Kritsuk, M. Norman (UC San Diego), A. Boley Northrop Grumman Storyblocks Music: APM © WGBH Educational Foundation 2021

President Biden and Vice President Harris Receive a Briefing on James Webb Space Telescope Images


President Biden and Vice President Harris receive a briefing from National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) officials and preview the first images from the Webb Space Telescope, the highest-resolution images of the infrared universe ever captured. The White House

Science of the James Webb Telescope Explained!


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What James Webb Saw Near the Edge of the Universe | James Webb Part 1


The journey of James Webb's images, from nebulas in our galaxy, to the youngest galaxies at the edge of the universe. 🌏 Get Exclusive NordVPN deal here ➼ 🤍 It's risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! ✌ Astrum merch now available! Apparel: 🤍 Metal Posters: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE for more videos about our other planets. Subscribe! 🤍 Facebook! 🤍 Twitter! 🤍 Instagram! 🤍 TikTok! 🤍 Astrum Spanish: 🤍 Astrum Portuguese: 🤍 Donate! Patreon: 🤍 Ethereum Wallet: 0x5F8cf793962ae8Df4Cba017E7A6159a104744038 Become a Patron today and support my channel! Donate link above. I can't do it without you. Thanks to those who have supported so far! #jameswebbspacetelescope #jameswebb #edgeoftheuniverse Image Credits: NASA/ESO/ESA

An Important Target Date for the James Webb Space Telescope on This Week @NASA – June 3, 2022


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Neil & NASA Explain James Webb's First Images


James Webb Space Telescope’s first full-color images have arrived! On this explainer, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Chuck Nice explore the deepest views of the cosmos yet with NASA astrophysicist, Knicole Colon. Discover nebulas, gas clouds, galaxies, and stars in the new images captured by JWST. We enjoy space in all its beauty, but also ask: what do these images helps us uncover? Find out about the objectives of JWST as represented by the new images and about the countless scientists and engineers who made it all happen. Learn about the atmospheres of exoplanets, Stephan’s Quintet, and the Carina Nebula. What are we hoping to discover as scientists capture even more data and images? Who do we find biomarkers on planets many lightyears away? Finally, will JWST bring us one step closer to discovering life? Get the NEW Cosmic Queries book (5/5 ⭐s on Amazon!): 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 FOLLOW or SUBSCRIBE to StarTalk: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 About StarTalk: Science meets pop culture on StarTalk! Astrophysicist & Hayden Planetarium director Neil deGrasse Tyson, his comic co-hosts, guest celebrities & scientists discuss astronomy, physics, and everything else about life in the universe. Keep Looking Up! #StarTalk #neildegrassetyson 0:00 - Introduction 3:07 - Unfold the Universe 6:05 - Where Was JWST Launched From? 7:22 - Biden’s JWST Address 8:30 - Galaxy Clusters 9:33 - Exoplanets 17:52 - Stefan’s Quintet 20:10 - Southern Ring Nebula 22:57 - The Science Behind JWST 25:49 - JWST’s Data 27:13 - Looking For Life 30:10 - Closing Notes

How Does The James Webb Space Telescope Work? - Smarter Every Day 262


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What Did NASA Discover in James Webb's First 100 Days


It has been exactly 100 days since we got the first images from JWST. Here's an overview of all the most important discoveries that the James Webb Space Telescope did since then. 🦄 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 🎙️ OUR DISCORD: 🤍 00:00 Intro 01:07 Science objectives for JWST 02:01 Galaxy formation and star evolution 09:15 Exoplanets 13:13 Solar system observations 17:10 Nebulae 19:54 Problems with JWST 22:02 What's next for James Webb 24:13 Outro Host: Fraser Cain Producer: Anton Pozdnyakov Editing: Artem Pozdnyakov 📰 EMAIL NEWSLETTER Read by 55,000 people every Friday. Written by Fraser. No ads. Subscribe Free: 🤍 🎧 PODCASTS Universe Today: 🤍 Weekly Space Hangout: 🤍 Astronomy Cast: 🤍 🤳 OTHER SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 📩 CONTACT FRASER frasercain🤍gmail.com ⚖️ LICENSE Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) You are free to use my work for any purpose you like, just mention me as the source and link back to this video.

Fine-Tuning the James Webb Space Telescope on This Week @NASA – February 11, 2022


Fine-tuning the James Webb Space Telescope, a different view of Venus, and the science on an upcoming space station resupply mission … a few of the stories to tell you about – This Week at NASA! Download Link: 🤍 Producer: Andre Valentine Editor: Sonnet Apple Music: Universal Production Music 0:00 Introduction 0:13 Aligning the James Webb Space Telescope 1:02 Parker Solar Probe’s First Visible Light Images of Venus’ Surface 1:34 Upcoming Commercial Resupply Mission to the Space Station 2:13 Airborne Science Mission Studying Snowstorms 2:45 RS-25 Engine Test Series Continues

The Genius Geometry of the James Webb Space Telescope


Details about the Jane Street Academy of Math and Programming: 🤍 Apply by 15 March for full-scholarship attendance. See you there! NASA made a great "Webb’s Diffraction Spikes" infographic. 🤍 The differences between Webb and Hubble 🤍 Webb deepfield 🤍 Hubble deepfield 🤍 Here is the WebbPSF python package. 🤍 LIVE: Biden previews first images from Webb Space Telescope (reveal is at 05:37) 🤍 Bill Nelson born September 29, 1942. Joe Biden born November 20, 1942. They were both 79 at the time. The images of space were all produced by NASA and the Space Telescope Science Institute who have kindly made them freely available for the rest of us to use. Huge thanks to my Patreon supports. That shiny cardboard isn't cheap. 🤍 CORRECTIONS - None yet, let me know if you spot anything! Filming and editing by Alex Genn-Bash Written and performed by Matt Parker Produced by Nicole Jacobus Music by Howard Carter Design by Simon Wright and Adam Robinson MATT PARKER: Stand-up Mathematician Website: 🤍 US book: 🤍 UK book: 🤍

James Webb Space Telescope | Can it Time Travel? | Big Bang | Dhruv Rathee


The first 1000 people to use this link will get a 1 month free trial of Skillshare - 🤍 NASA has developed and launched a new telescope, known as the James Webb Space Telescope which will be able to see the universe back to 13.8 Billion Years. It's the world's biggest and the most powerful telescope now. But how does it work? Is this a live example of Time Travelling? I talk about all these things in this video and also compare it to the Hubble Space Telescope by NASA, which was to date the most powerful telescope in the world. Join as a member to get exclusive stuff: 🤍 Get in touch with me through Patreon: 🤍 DOWNLOAD MY APP: 📱Android app: 🤍 📱iOS App: 🤍 MY FAVOURITE EQUIPMENT: 🎥 Studio Camera: 🤍 🔎 Studio Camera Lens: 🤍 📸 Vlogging Camera: 🤍 🥢 Vlogging Tripod: 🤍 🎙 Podcast Mic: 🤍 MY FAVOURITE BOOKS: 📖 Sapiens - 🤍 📖 Homo Deus - 🤍 📖 Mahatma Gandhi - 🤍 📖 Juli’s Hindi Learning Book - 🤍 FOLLOW ME ON: 📩 Telegram: 🤍 📸 Instagram: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 ▶️ Youtube Channel: 🤍 🎦 Vlog Channel: 🤍 MORE VIDEOS: 🗺 Ground Reports: 🤍 🇺🇳 International Issues: 🤍 💲 Finance Videos: 🤍 📚 Educational Videos: 🤍 🇮🇳 Indian Issues: 🤍 🎦 My Vlogs: 🤍 0:00 Introduction 1:21 What will JWST study? 4:27 Mirrors of Gold 6:16 Special Sunshield 8:23 Telescope Orbit 9:54 Time Travel?

Why Are there Holes in the James Webb Sunshield? (Explained by My Dad) - Smarter Every Day 270


Check out 🤍 to get 30% off your first month of ANY crate! JWST Shirt: 🤍 Click here if you're interested in subscribing: 🤍 ⇊ Click below for more links! ⇊ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GET SMARTER SECTION What's Webb doing right now? 🤍 Here's a paper on measuring the sunshield 🤍 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tweet Ideas to me at: 🤍 Smarter Every Day on Facebook 🤍 Smarter Every Day on Patreon 🤍 Smarter Every Day On Instagram 🤍 Smarter Every Day SubReddit 🤍 Ambiance, audio and musicy things by: Gordon McGladdery 🤍 🤍 If you feel like this video was worth your time and added value to your life, please SHARE THE VIDEO! If you REALLY liked it, feel free to pitch a few dollars Smarter Every Day by becoming a Patron. 🤍 Warm Regards, Destin

Special Webb Update: The Webb's First Four (actually 7) Images Explained


The first full-color images from the James Webb Space Telescope are finally here! Let's take a look, talk about what we're seeing, and compare them to the most detailed version of these images we had before. Hosted By: Hank Green Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporter for helping us keep SciShow Space free for everyone forever: Jason A Saslow, David Brooks, and AndyGneiss! Support SciShow Space by becoming a patron on Patreon: 🤍 Or by checking out our awesome space pins and other products over at DFTBA Records: 🤍 Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? SciShow on TikTok: 🤍 SciShow Tangents Podcast: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Sources: 🤍 Images: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Le télescope spatial James Webb révèle des images inédites de Jupiter


La Nasa a dévoilé des clichés inédits de la planète géante Jupiter, le 22 août dernier. Ces images spectaculaires ont été prises par le télescope James Webb lancé il y a huit mois et qui opère à plus d'1,5 millions de kilomètres de la Terre.

James Webb's Surprising Observations Asks Big Questions About Big Bang


The James Webb Space Telescope’s latest observations of early galaxies are leading to big questions about the Big Bang and astronomers’ understanding of the early universe. Webb has found many galaxies of surprising size and complexity, contrary to scientific predictions, leaving more questions than answers and helping us view the universe in ways that we never could before. Among the world's largest science centers, the Museum of Science engages millions of people each year to the wonders of science and technology through interactive exhibitions, digital programs, giant screen productions, and preK – 8 EiE® STEM curricula through the William and Charlotte Bloomberg Science Education Center. Established in 1830, the Museum is home to such iconic experiences as the Theater of Electricity, the Charles Hayden Planetarium, and the Mugar Omni Theater. Around the world, the Museum is known for digital experiences such as Mission: Mars launching in 2022 on Roblox, and traveling exhibitions such as the Science Behind Pixar. Learn more at 🤍 #MuseumofScience #Boston #ScienceforAll

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